CEN10™ Rescue Helmet, Vented and Non-Vented
ANSI/ISEA Z89.1 Type I Safety Helmet
A RESCUE HELMET DESIGNED FOR YOU
Low-profile rescue helmet with an integrated chinstrap offers top and side impact protection ensuring the helmet stays on your head. Includes removable suspension and comfort pads made of breathable and machine washable materials.
Features & Benefits
Reduces peak force to the wearer’s neck and transmits less force to the head providing additional protection to the user’s brain
Features a replaceable suspension, comfort pad and chin strap
Face Protection Ready
Pair with the Bullard 312B nylon bracket and one of our many visor options suited to your face protection needs.
Light the Way
Optional waterproof, chemical-resistant, hands-free lighting solution that stands up to any environment – LiteVX
Made In USA
Designed and manufactured in Kentucky, United States
Meets ANSI/ISEA Z89.1 Type I, Class E and G |Vented model meets ANSI/ISEA Z89.1 Type I, Class C
EN 12492 Shock Absorbing Capacity & Penetration (Clauses 4.2.1, 4.2.2)
- Hygienic comfort made possible with replaceable moisture-wicking fabrics for sweat absorption and superior breathability for all-day comfort
- Accessory slots accept a wide variety of attachments
- Suspension sits below the “nape” portion of the user’s head ensuring a secure fit and lessening the possibility of the hat falling off while working.
- Shell made of UV & impact resistant PC/ABS blend
- Adjustable between hat sizes 6.5 – 8 (21in – 25 in / 53cm – 63.5cm)
- Available colors include white, dove grey, red, orange, hi-vis yellow, yellow, and sky blue
- Customizable striping and logos using Build Your Bullard configurator
- 3-year warranty
- Made in USA
- ANSI/ISEA Classification: Z89.1, Type I, Class G
- Meets side impact requirements of EN 12492 Shock Absorbing Capacity (clauses 220.127.116.11 | 18.104.22.168 | 22.214.171.124)
Meets ANSI/ISEA Z89.1 Type I, Class E and G requirements.
Dielectric protection against high voltage electrical shock and burns up to 20,000 volts.
Protection against impact and penetration of falling and flying objects.
Meets ANSI/ISEA Z89.1 Type I, Class C requirements.
Expertly designed to reduce the force of impact to the top of the head, neck, and spine.
Air vents help to circulate air and let the wearer feel the refreshing airflow around the head.
Modern Meets Traditional Toughness
A century of head protection innovation defines the Bullard CEN10™ Helmet. Designed to provide wearers with the reliability, comfort, and toughness expected from a Bullard rescue helmet.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The CEN10™ is a safety helmet, comparable to a helmet worn in sporting activities such as rock climbing, kayaking, etc. Unlike traditional Type I hard hats, CEN10™ has a minimal brim, a foam insert for improved balance and additional side impact protection, and comes with an integrated chinstrap to ensure the helmet stays on the head.
A Type I hardhat provides for protection from blows to the top of the head ONLY based on standards provided by ANSI/ISEA in the United States. These hardhats typically have a strap suspension inside, but this is not always the case.
A Type II hardhat provides for protection from blows to both the top and to the sides of the head based on standards provided by ANSI/ISEA in the United States. These hardhats typically have a foam insert to allow for side impact protection.
Although Type II hard hats typically have foam inside, all hats that have foam do not necessarily provide Type II protection. Many of these new hats are Type I despite having foam inside. You should always check the label or verbiage inside the hard hat to verify which “Type” the hat is. Many climbing style helmets do offer some side protection compared to a traditional Type I, however, most do not meet the impact requirements of Type II.
The foam on the inside of the CEN10™ provides additional side impact protection when compared to a traditional Type I hard hat, but it does not meet the qualifications for a Type II hard hat. The CEN10™ meets the impact performance requirements of EN 12492 for impact.
“Class” for hard hats is a measure of the hat’s ability to resist electrical current and is also determined by standards provided by ANSI/ISEA in the United States. Hard hat classes include Class E (Electrical), Class G (General), and Class C (Conductive). Class E is the highest electrical rating and the hats are tested to 20,000 volts. Class G is tested to 2,200 volts. Finally, Class C does not provide for any electrical protection.
The CEN10™ is currently available in both vented and non-vented. The vented CEN10™ is Class C, while the non-vented CEN10™ meets Class E & G.
Comfort Comes Standard
You Customize The Rest
Using our “Build Your Bullard” tool, you can configure, customize and proof your personal protective equipment. You’ll have all the details, including a suggested retail price, when you contact your distributor. We’re ready to help if you have questions.